Brazilian Fashion: PatBo Autumn/Winter 201529 April 2015 | + Boyana Dimova
Since its inception in 2012, is PatBo as the particular universe of Patricia Bonaldi, where the expression of your creativity gains strength, and their boldest ideas take shape. PatBo born as a balance: brought free, cool and sexy naturally spirit, presenting a fun and authentic way a modern and independent woman, while Patricia Bonaldi, first mark the group that takes the same name as the designer maintains its attributes classic and traditional.
Present in more than 85 points of sale in Brazil, and also in major international multi-brand, the PatBo collections embody the experimental atmosphere free and youthful brand.
Inspired by the strong aesthetic influences of Celtic civilization, PatBo’s Autumn/Wnter 2015 collection translates the symbolism of one of the oldest cultures in parts of the European continent that heat and enrich the season.
The designer seeks to balance the well-drawn traces of medieval armour with the light and delicate costumes of the Irish dancers in a collection that shows versatility in it’s shapes and cuts. Ranging from structured to fluid pieces with the nobility in fabrics like wool tweed, without losing the movement in the shot and the cheerfulness of colours. From exclusive prints highlighted in shades of black, grey, red and beige, followed by blues, mustard and more natural tones.
PatBo bids on current shapes like pencil skirts, jackets and mid length dresses, defining the waist and always looking to enhance the feminine silhouette, a primary feature of the brand.
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